No More Nasties!

Con­cerned about what’s go­ing into your beauty buys? Here’s the good girl’s guide to pret­ti­fy­ing…

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Cru­elty

usu­ally found: In ev­ery­thing From our make-up to our mois­turiser Keep an eye out for a bunny hop­ping around on the back of your beauty prod­ucts. This furry friend is a rep­re­sen­ta­tion of PETA’S Beauty With­out Bun­nies pro­gramme, which in­di­cates that the prod­uct and its in­gre­di­ents have never been tested on an­i­mals. Yay! Thank­fully, a ris­ing num­ber of cos­metic cool kids are opt­ing for these al­ter­na­tive meth­ods. High-fives to this lot…

eyeko black magic mas­cara, £17.50

Find­ing a cru­elty-free mas­cara can be tricky, but this one gives se­ri­ous vol­ume with­out any clog­ging. Skills!

the body shop Honey bronze shim­mer­ing Dry oil, £16

Use a tan­ning mitt to swipe this sheeny golden-ness from top to toe, then wait for the com­pli­ments to come rolling in.

Il­la­masqua Glam­ore lip­stick In rose­pout, £ 19.50

Slick straight from the bul­let or pat into place with fin­ger­tips for a more kissed-in fin­ish.

pür cos­met­ics cameo con­tour Dual-ended con­tour Foun­da­tion, £ 27

Kim K con­tour­ing with­out any of the has­sle. Swipe the darker shade on to de­fine, then show it off with the high­light­ing end.

Dr Hauschka ka­jal eye­liner, £16

As kind to your peep­ers as the an­i­mals it’s not tested on. We worked it all around the wa­ter line and our eyes didn’t wa­ter – re­sult or what?

Hey, Don’t test on this lit­tle Fella!

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